Rio Tinto makes $463 mln investment in South African mineral sands

By William Clarke
Published: Tuesday, 09 April 2019

Rio Tinto is expanding the mining capacity at its Richards Bay Minerals subsidiary in South Africa, to maintain the life of the mine in response to falling ore quality.

Rio Tinto has announced a fresh $463 million development project at its Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) subsidiary in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa, with the intention of extending the life of the project.

The new Zulti South mine will join RBM’s four existing mines on the Zulti North lease area, and...

This is a preview of the full article

Logo
  • 2 years pricing data on all minerals
  • The latest global news and features
  • Print magazine
  • Article archive ranging from 1988
  • Access on the move with IM Insight mobile app




Take a Trial or Subscription today. Start below: